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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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We eventually made our way to this ancient port city yesterday and are
happily settled into our hotel just across the road from the cruise
terminal. It isn't a grand hotel but has plenty of light and airy
windows and …
... t remember it, and these workers are on board dealing with the passengers for days not hours. Okay, I have finished with my rant. (Until we get home, and I have to fly Air Canada for the last time!)
We go through the boarding process and are on the ship within a half an hour of arriving at the cruise terminal. The main deck is quiet nicely decorated in browns and creams. This ship is not at classy as Holland America but not as kitchy as Carnival. I ...
... Columbian ladies who were going to Rome. So we got a free tour of Rome, in the dark, on our way to Civitavecchia. The two ladies added about an hour and a half to our trip, but we got the bargain price of €75 for the two of us. We mentioned that to some English people we met in a sidewalk bar, and they said "Are you Canadian?"
Our host at the B&B left for a few hours and we had a complete apartment to ourselves: kitchen, ...
... the country about 90 mins drive to the famous medieval town built on side off mountain....Orievto. We are on a Princess bus tour today....there are about 6 bus loads going out to Orievto. Famous for its magnificent Duomo ( church).... Gold, stained glass windows painted ceilings, marble....The first Popes were in control of the area . Built in 1200's Words cannot describe the church, and the frescoes painted inside by the early artists are one of a kind in the ...
... then hurry back to you ship before it leaves. Somehow it feels like a very shallow way of experiencing that grand city--but maybe that's just me. Right around the gateway to the port you have all sorts of tourist trap shops catering to folks getting off and on the ships--also hustlers, beggars and hawkers. It all feels very foreign too me after these last couple of weeks of wandering through the heart of Italy. On the bright side, there are plenty of cybercafes and places ...